US probes Riyadh's role in escape of Saudis facing charges

Saudi students attending US colleges got away after being charged with crimes like murder and rape.

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    The US authorities are looking into cases where Saudi students in American colleges, who were facing criminal charges, managed to escape the country.

    It is alleged that the government in Riyadh might have helped them flee.

    Al Jazeera's Rob Reynolds reports.


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